Text is from the Brochure
With its five rooms and bath it was designed for a family having a budgeted income of from five to six thousand dollars a year and a natural leaning toward gardening. Upon entering the house graciousness of living and hospitality are characterized by the circular stairway and an open vista into the livinq room displaying the mantel treatments.
InThe plan is a graceful one without dark corners to clean and unnecessary halls to keep in order. It is well lighted by the disposition of its windows, and the conveniences are carefully located.
A feature of this house is the conservatory, where plants can be started at any time during the year. The conservatory can be viewed from the living room and dining room. The bathroom on the second floor has the tub with adjoining shower placed against the exterior wall, which is partially of glass brick and somewhat enclosed by a sheet of heavy plate glass.
The color scheme of the brick exterior, pink and white, lends charm to the whole. Major sponsors are listed on the front cover and full details as to products used in this house are given in following paragraphs. Readers are advised to consult these manufacturers for names of local distributors and any other desired information. All lighting is planned according to standards of the National Better Light-Better Sight Bureau. Electric wiring and wiring devices are installed under the standards of the National Adequate Wiring Bureau, 155 East 44th Street, New York.
Furnishings and decoration are by James McCreery & Company, Fifth Avenue and 34th Street, New York, N. Y., from whom prices and full information can be obtained.